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D Slavovich Ratz: Serbs' worst sin RESPONSE

There were no 100,000 murdered Albanians in Kosovo.  America and Britain have admitted that.  Not even 10,000, but how many civilians died under Clinton Regime's bombing?  How many Churches have been burnt since than?  How many 11 year old have been raped by your troop's Mr. George Person?  How many Serb houses were torched?  How many Serbs were murdered while your troops stood by?  Are you interested in numbers before you open your mouth and spew filth on our brothers?

Russians were not by the chessboard, because the first thing we'd do is send fighter planes to Brussels when the first bomb was dropped on Belgrade, instead of swarmed as volunteers to Yugoslavia, machine gunning an American embassy, and and delivered a grenade during the 90's savage Yugoslavia bombing. 

Russians gave 379,000 lives against the Turks to help Serbia to freedom in 1878, that also freed Bulgaria and Rumania, (and Greece in 1828), while Yeltsin gave our people to the wolves.

D Slavovich Ratz
Russian Investor
Sacramento, California, USA

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